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Title: EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON MILLIMETER WAVE AND INFRARED PROPAGATION IN ARID CLIMATE
Authors: Ali, A.A.
Alhaider, M.A.
Ahmed, A.S.
Keywords: AIRBORNE DUST; ARID CLIMATE; INFRARED PROPAGATION; MILLIMETER WAVE PROPAGATION; RAIN AND TURBULENCE; SIGNAL VARIATIONS
Issue Date: 1989
Publisher: IEE, London, Engl
Citation: IEE Conference Publication Issue 274, 1987, Pages 371-374
Abstract: A field study on wave propagation covering a wide range of the electromagnetic spectrum has been actively running for the last three years in Riyadh region, Saudi Arabia. This region can be considered a typical arid climate. This paper reports the first set of data obtained by measuring the received signal variations on millimeter wave and near infrared links during this year. In particular, the effects of airborne dust, rain and turbulence on propagations are presented and discussed
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/12577
ISSN: 0852963475
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